Custom Traeger table

Travis703

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Whipped up this custom table for my tailgater. Should I start selling? ?
 

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Very nice! I just purchased my first Traeger and sold my Weber Charcoal grill which I had built a similar table for. I was wondering about doing something like this for my Pro 575. Nice craftsmanship!
 
That's very nice. However, personally, I'd be concerned about the part in the manual that says:
  • When operating this grill, maintain a MINIMUM
    distance of 18 inches (45.7 cm) from the grill to
    combustibles.
"The thermal degradation and ignition point of wood and plywood may be generalized by the following: 230° to 302° F." (copied from the inter webs).
 
That's very nice. However, personally, I'd be concerned about the part in the manual that says:
  • When operating this grill, maintain a MINIMUM
    distance of 18 inches (45.7 cm) from the grill to
    combustibles.
"The thermal degradation and ignition point of wood and plywood may be generalized by the following: 230° to 302° F." (copied from the inter webs).
Well, it's on wheels, so he can pull its flaming carcass away from the house if the need arises :oops:

Perhaps some angle metal lining around the holes?
 
Very nice. I’d consider buying if you sold them. Thought my tailgater could use some hieght.
 
Thats pretty nice. Heck id use one for a prep table!
 
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